Hello,
I have the following equation:
v1/v2 = R2/R1+R2
How do we solve for R2?
I don't know how to isolate R2 on one side of the equation. All help is appreciated?
thanks
Ooops I'm sorry.... Its:
v1/v2 = R2/(R1 + R2)
stop, you are going too fast for me!!!! If I start off with this:start by multiplying both sides by v2(R1 + R2) to get....
v1/v2 = R2/(R1 + R2)
so when you say cross multiply... do you mean like this:
(R1 + R2) (v1/v2) = (R2/(R1+R2)) (v2)
v1(R1 + R2) = R2v2
v1R1 + v1R2 = R2v2
So now, R2 is on both sides, what I really need is to isolate R2 on one side!!!!
So what is the next step?
thanks